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york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, and thanks for joining us. tonight, a four-day pleasure cruise turned hellish ordeal. 4,200 people are being towed back to shore tonight trapped aboard the carnival cruise ship that lost power in the gulf of mexico sunday. the passengers onboard describe nightmarish scenes of squalor. >> reporter: tonight, stranded at sea. as seen today from above, the carnival triumph being towed to port in mobile, alabama. it is day four of what has turned into the holiday from hell for the more than 4,000 people onboard. bethany is aboard, they spoke briefly before the phone cut out. >> all you hear on those phone calls is crying and talking about i'm gonna die, i'm gonna die. >> reporter: rob and stephanie had hoped for a beautiful wedding at sea. married on the ship just a few days ago. they are now spending their honeymoon in squalor. the sparkling city on the sea topped with pools, food, and boow? seen in better times in these carnival ads was far from the dream vacation when the ship went dark sunday as it sailed from
holders and record breakers. it's oscars by the numbers. >> announcer: ke >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >>> today brought a cliffhanger moment in a murder trial full of twists and turns. jodi arias, the arizona woman facing death row for shooting, stabbing and slashing her one time boyfriend. tearfully told the court she acted in self defense and she can't remember everything that happened that fateful night. here is abc's ryan owens for our series "crime and punishment." >> the gun went off. i didn't mean to shoot him or anything i didn't even think i was holding the trigger. >> reporter: from the mouth of a killer. today the jury heard jodi arias' version of what happened the day she took these pictures of her ex-boyfriend travis alexander in the shower. >> i am taking pictures of him. weep were trying out different poses. it was a little weird the background wasn't that great, the water was okay. >> reporter: and second later, butchered the mormon businessman in the bathroom of his mesa home. she dropped alexander's camera. he flew into a rage. >>
, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> good evening. thank you for joining us tonight. today a high-stakes manhunt is intensifying in california as police there scour the los angeles area in search of the man who allegedly killed three people in a revenge-motivated shooting rampage. but this is no ordinary manhunt. because the man police are looking for was once a cop himself. he is armed, dangerous, and equipped with the same training as those tracking him down. abc's david wright has the latest. >> reporter: new images of fugitive christopher dorner taken by surveillance cameras. the trouble is they were not taken today. this was two weeks ago in irvine, not far from where monica kwan and her fiance keith lawrence were murdered last sunday, the last photos taken of dorner before he disappeared. signs like these, armed and dangerous, are on every freeway here in southern california. police hoping that someone will spot him. but so far, no one has. the last tangible clue where dorner
. >>> >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> good to be with you tonight, thanks for joining us. imagine this as a plotline for "ocean's 14." clooney, pitt and the gang turn their thieving skills towards a really juicy target, the supermarket. as crazy as it sounds, organized shoplifting rings are now selling milk, tide, and razor blades on the black market to the tune of $30 billion a year, enough to inspire retailers to form specialized undercover units. abc's nick watt went along with one of them for a bust. >> reporter: we used to call it shoplifting, but now it's so much more. >> i've seen a person pull a razor blade and cut put. >> it could be nothing, it could be something. >> reporter: it's highly organized doing big business. there's even an acronym. o.r.c. organized retail crime. >> it's just like a fortune 500 company. all this is just organized. >> reporter: it costs the retail industry more than $30 billion a year. >> everything from meat to razors to milk. >> reporter: milk? >> yeah. you name it. >> reporter: tide detergent, current hot target. expen
, legendary sex expert dr. ruth share >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> good evening. thank you for joining us tonight. well, a massive blizzard is battering the northeast, dropping up to three feet of snow, whipping up hurricane-force gusts of wind. connecticut, rhode island, new york, new hampshire, and massachusetts have all declared states of emergency tonight and at least 500,000 homes and businesses now without power. so while the rest of us hunker down to ride this thing out, our extreme weather team ginger z is reporting from the bull's eye of the storm, boston, massachusetts. >> reporter: snowed in, shut down, and nor'eastered. more than 40 million americans are being forced to spend their weekend indoors, thanks to this. a nor'easter that will likely make weather history. the brunt of this beast is hitting right now, snow falling at amazing rates. one to even four and a half inches per hour. winds gusting from 50 to even 70 miles per hour. and on a crazy night where only the plows are running, we hopped in with a captain of this boston city plow. oh
call me today. you'll be glad you did. cannonbox! [splash!] >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >> good evening, everyone i'm juju chang. tonight the harrowing standoff that captivated the nation ends in relief as the kidnapped five-year-old boy is rescued from the underground bunker where he was held hostage for seven grueling days. president obama praised the fbi on the daring raid that safely freed the little boy. with the details still unfolding we would like to welcome gio benitez to the broadcast for the first time with the latest from midland, alabama. >> reporter: a happy ending in alabama where the boy kidnapped from a school bus is safe. a new picture of five-year-old ethan. >> i have been to the hospital. i have visited with ethan. he is doing fine. he's laughing, joking, playing, eating. the things that you would expect a normal five to six-year-old young man to do. >> reporter: the suspect, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes is dead. abc news learned authorities inserted a camera into the bunker and monster his movements. they positioned the s.w.a.t. team
walk in, it's covered with proclamation larry king day, keys to every city in the country. that was sexy. >> jimmy: you have to be careful because you could have been like his 13th wife. >> i know, darn. so we sat there and, what can i say, he lunged. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: incredible. >> i love larry, by the way. i do love him. >> jimmy: of course, who wouldn't want to have sex with larry? >> i started laughing because the whole situation was like out of a bad lifetime movie. so i said larry, you're such an interesting, nice man, but i would like to meet someone a little closer to my age. and it was like wah-wah. >> jimmy: someone from the paleolithic era. >> he said that's okay, because when i like, i really like. >> jimmy: wow. >> jimmy: thanks for watching "jimmy kimmel live" this week. next week we'll have bradley cooper, melissa mccarthy, julianne hough, kate mara. "nightline" is next. thanks for watching. we'll see you next week. >>> tonight on "nightline," a high stakes hostage standoff continues as police negotiate with the man holding a 5-year-old boy captive in
, see how much you could save. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> if the last 600 years have taught us anything it's that popes don't quit. there is no holy father rest home. it is a job for life or at least it was until this morning when over a billion catholics did a double take over the news that benedict xvi had given his two weeks' notice in latin. why now and what does it mean for the church? who could possibly replace him. here's terry moran. >> reporter: an ordinary rainy monday in the vatican except for that lightning bolt striking the vatican. the pope gathered the cardinal together. his bombshell came at the end. [ speaking foreign language ] he spoke in latin, the ancient language of the church. i have come to the certainty, he says that my strengths due to an advanced age are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the papacy. >> i'm shocked. >> reporter: around the world, the reaction was the same. >> today's decision by benedict xvi to resign from the papacy came as a huge surprise to me and to everyone in rome and in the vati
extra. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> glad you're with us tonight. tonight, police and fbi teams work to rescue that 5-year-old boy who's being held captive in an underground bunker in rural alabama. a tense hostage crisis that is now entering its fourth night. the boy was kidnapped by a gunman during a deadly school bus attack, and tonight he remains trapped as a massive rescue effort continues on. and a small alabama town praised for his safe return. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: as this tense hostage drama enters its fourth night, concern is growing for the 5-year-old named ethan trapped in an underground bunker with this man, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes. >> it's an innocent kid, he's crying for his parent and grandparents and he does not know what's going on. let this kid go. >> reporter: today the bright yellow bus turned crime scene was towed away. >> the child is on the line with us and advising that the bus driver has been shot. >> reporter: the crisis began when dykes boarded the bus full of kids on tuesday. brother and sister who w
safe are the rest of us? >> "nightline" is back in 60 >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> for most, 50 shades of gray is a at this timeling but harmless way to turn the girls in your book club 50 shades of red, but for some high-priced kink classeschanging the definition of romance. lisa ling reveals the world where things aren't always what they seem, including the names of the participants. >> for my pleasure -- >> reporter: this is mistress nina payne. >> all you need do is remember that your purpose is to serve and please me. >> reporter: she's a professional dominatrix. >> you can go ahead and greet me properly by kissing the tops of my boot. start from the bottom and work your way up. >> reporter: in real life her name is kimi inch and she's a master of bdsm, bondageage discipline, dominance and submission, saidism and ma masochism. clients play hundreds of dollars an hour to submit to her every whim toer about her submissive. there are variety of playrooms with names like the vault. >> i'll restrict you even further. >> report
remarkable and inspiring journey back to the "good morning america" desk. >> keep it >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening and thanks for joining us. we begin tonight with a radical version of modern family. it is called pollyannary in which multiple lovers live together openly under one roof. two women and a man, programs, or in the example we're bringing you tonight, one woman and two men. but if that doesn't sound complicated enough, they're also raising a child together. here's abc's report we are an encore modern sex in america. >> this is the story, her lover, jon, her son, amon and her other lover ian. amon's dad. they're one big happy poly amorous family. a woman. her two heterosexual boyfriends and a child. living together in a comfortable suburban home just outside los angeles. >> starting to reflect on that building. >> what do you say to people who believe your relationship and the way that you're living your life is wrong? >> thank you for sharing your opinion. i mean, we're not here to convert people and tell people that monogamy is
new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, and thanks for joining us. tonight, the divisive case setting the internet ablaze, pitting a popular college football star against a classmate who says he rained her. for the first time, the quarterback took the stand to tell his side of a high profile he said, she said story, but will it save him from prison? here's abc's lindsay davis. >> reporter: jordan johnson, the former star quarterback at the university of montana, is accused of raining a former acquaintance. it's being called a classic case of he said, she said. he says he had consensual sex. she says it was rape. the case has divided the university and surrounding college town in western montana. today on the stand, he suggested he's not guilty. >> we had consensual sex. i would never do that to anyone. >> reporter: the incident happened last february, but it wasn't until more than a month later that the alleged victim, whose name isn't being reported, told authorities he raped her. >> he grabbed on to my hips, he just started pulling my body into hi
. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden, and tonight, exposed online. websites where private, intimate photos of unsuspecting women are up loaded without their knowledge for anyone to see. it's called revenge porn, and it's frequently the work of jilted ex-lovers or hackers. the intention to shame and humiliate. but now, a group of women is fighting back, going after one website, its host, and even its fans. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: these women are seeking justice against a sliver of x-rated cyber sites known as revenge porn where people post explicit photos of their exes out of spieste. >> i thought people have real porn to look at with consensual women. >> reporter: m >> reporter: mariana told us she had just turned 18 when she sent photos to her sweetheart. how did he get you to take the picture? >> he was like i love you, i would never do that, i would never want to share you with anyone. and now five years later, it's coming back to haunt me. >> jimmy: have you confronted him? >> yes, i have. i asked
. no mas pantalones! >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. thanks for joining us tonight. so, could you really eat your favorite fattening foods and still lose weight? well, a radical new device, really a shocking new device, could hold the key to consequence-free indulgence, but it is not for the faint of heart. it's a weight loss stomach pump that removes some of the food you put into your body until it turns to fat. as cringe-inducing as that may seem, does it work, is it safe, is it even right? here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: in the battle against obesity, it seems people will try just about anything, from soup to nuts. there's the caveman diet. >> you can't eat like a hunter and gatherer if you're sitting on the couch. >> reporter: the stomach turning road kill diet. >> i mostly find pheasants and rabbits and badgers, hedgehogs, of course. occasionally sea gulls. >> reporter: you get the idea. but while pre-aged meals or portion-controlled regimens are good at helping people lose weight -- >> i lost over 50 pounds on weight watche
popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, i'm terry moran. tonight, a manhunt is under way in southern california and the los angeles police department is under siege. 10,000 law enforcement officers are conducting door-to-door searches for one of their own, a fugitive ex-cop. 33-year-old christopher jordan dorner, suspected of killing three people in a terrifying rampage, after making claims in a bizarre online manifesto that he was unjustly fired by the lapd and needs to clear his name. in a police department with a storied and troubled history, they have never seen anything like this before. here's abc's david wright with the latest. >> attention all units, speed into reference 1199 for lapd. >> reporter: over the past 24 hours, a deadly manhunt across this whole region. >> suspect vehicle still outstanding, it's a black nissan titan. >> reporter: police officers hunting one of their own, a rogue former officer now accused of hunting them. >> of course he knows what he's doing. we trained him. he was also
as you've never seen it before. looking just like us. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." >> good evening and thank you for joining us. tonight we begin with the twisted tale of love gone deadly wrong of today jodi arias, the young woman on trial for murder in phoenix, arizona, took the stand for a second day to try to convince a jury that when she stabbed, slashed and shot her one-time boyfriend, it was all in self-defense. but that wasn't always her story. she faces the possibility of the death penalty. abc has this report for the series, crime and punishment. >> did you kill travis alexander on june 4th, 2008? >> yes, i did. >> it is the level equivalent of a hail mary pass. the defense attorneys almost never want to put a client on the stand. when that client is an admitted killer and a serial liar, there isn't much choice. >> how are you feeling right now? >> nervous. >> jodi arias could face the death penalty if she is convicted of murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. the 30-year-old mormon businessman was stabbed 27 times. his throat was slit and he was s
. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. , amer >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening, and thank you for joining us. we begin with break news from alabama. it's a scene of joy and relief tonight, as the carnival cruise ship that lost power five days ago has finally reached port in mobile, alabama with 4,200 people aboard. over the past few days, many passengers have sent messages describing nightmarish conditions. food shortages, lack of running water and sewage problems. tonight, frustrated passengers said the experience has been highly stressful, though many praise the boat's staff for doing their best under difficult circumstances. stay with abc news for all the latest. >>> but for now, we turn halfway around the world to the shock waves being sent by the arrest of famed olympian charged with murdering his glamorous model girlfriend in the wee hours of this valentine's day morning. here's abc's bazi kanaany. >> reporter: oscar pistorius and reeva steenkamp were one of the world's hot couples. think david and victoria, or brad and angelina. but
anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> announcer: from new york city, this is "nightline" with juju chang. >>> good evening. thank you for joining us. well, move over, botox, when it comes to plastic surgery, chin implants or chin plants, are the fastest growing new procedure. so why the sudden fixation on the perfect jaw line? doctors are seeing more patients who hate the way they look online and have decided surgery is the best way to make a radical change to their profiles. abc's cecelia vega brings an encore presentation. >> reporter: this woman is about to undergo a radical transformation. she is doing it for a radical reason. she wants to look better online. she has decided to change her face through surgery, specifically a nose job and a chin implant. with the help of this beverly hills doctor, richard allenbogen. >> i don't want to make the nose too small but straight. >> reporter: when will you post the pictures on facebook? >> as soon as the doctor tells me i am camera ready. >> reporter: we first met the 37-year-old tv producer in los angele
anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening and thanks for joining us. well, move aside nancy drew, these days the hottest new trend in young adult fiction is decidedly adult. racy reads with sexual themes finding a passional ate fan base in young girls all across the country but is extending the white-hot success of "50 shades of gray" to a younger audience a good idea? ju you why chang brings us a look between the lines. >> reporter: if you could put lust in a bottle. >> it's like a drug to me. >> reporter: it might look something like this, the nectar forbidden love. before "twilight" was a blockbuster movie it was a publishing gold mine, selling $250 million copies. and "twilight" inspired e.l. james to write "fifthty shades of grey" a kinky juggernaut, leading to bondage classes and single-handedly boosting publishing. at one.the trilogy took the top three slots of the "the new york times" best sellers list. now a new genre mixing erotic fiction with the young ad
this diabolical trade. >> a special edition of >>> from new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline." >> good evening i'm bill weir. for those who plan their vacations around spas or theme parks it might bring a queasy shock to find an alarming number of people plan their vacation around the flesh of young children. children are bought and sold in countries for the average sex tourist. americans are not only buying, some are also selling. but little do they know the authorities are also watching even over there. alex waterfield takes us to the philippines and take us inside the raid. >> reporter: tonight in a far flung part of the philippines, arthur benjamin is in a good mood. >> all the girls around i'm good. >> reporter: laughing, drinking ogling the girls on stage at this bar which he says he owns. benjamin is a 49-year-old american suspected of having sex with underage girls and suspected of selling them for sex out of this bar called crowbar. but he has no idea that at that moment, filipino and american authorities are just a few miles away plotting a raid that will bring his
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